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Mountain Humane: Changing lives, one paw at a time (access required)

There’s a new building opening in Hailey this week, and it’s gone to the dogs — and cats. After 37 years, Mountain Humane staff, volunteers and critters are relocating to a new Animal Adoption and Humane Education Center. The $16 million ...

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Tribe marks completion of $35 million casino addition (access required)

A long-anticipated casino expansion in the works for the past two years recently wrapped up in Fort Hall. On Feb. 13, the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes officially opened a new 85,463-square-foot casino connected to the Shoshone-Bannock Hotel and Events Center. Now known ...

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BOMA speakers look beyond the boom (access required)

Idaho will have to compete with surrounding states for talented workers in the coming years, and the Gem State is at a disadvantage because it lacks funding mechanisms for local governments to fuel growth, such as school bonds and local ...

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Preservationists encourage renovation, not demolition of apartments (access required)

Historic preservationists, nearby residents and diehard fans of Art Deco architecture are rallying to save the Travis Apartment building, which has been a landmark of its West Downtown neighborhood since its completion in 1937. One of the apartment building’s owners ...

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Sacramento tops national list for in-migration; San Francisco, Denver see high out-migration

New data from real estate brokerage Redfin indicate that Sacramento topped the nation for net in-migration during the fourth quarter, while San Francisco, New York, Los Angeles, Washington, D.C. and Denver had the nation’s highest net outflows of population. Denver ...

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Tamarack plans upgrades for the 2019-2020 ski season (access required)

With Tamarack Resort now open for the ski season, pretty much everything for the next couple of months will revolve around one thing: snow. But come spring, Tamarack will be seeing a major facelift during the offseason, including upgrading the ...

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Groundbreaking ceremony held for new Ronald McDonald House (access required)

The Ronald McDonald House will soon be welcoming more children to Boise. Ronald McDonald House Charities of Idaho will open a new, expanded facility in early 2020 on Warm Springs Avenue near the St. Luke’s Boise Medical Center campus, enabling ...

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